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Tried & True: Grandma's Rolls

This is another one of my very favorite recipes that I posted when I first started this blog.  It is an incredible recipe.  They are so light and delicious!! My family usuallly devours them right out of the oven. 
One Thanksgiving I made these the night before...needless to say I ended up making a second batch in the morning because the first batch was all gone.
For complete recipe click here: Grandma's Rolls


  1. How did I miss these?!?! They look amazing -- and even better knowing that they are grandma's recipe :) Thanks for bringing these to my attention.

  2. Hi Tiffanee! It has been a long time. Blogger keeps ditching me from my friends! I can smell those delicious rolls baking right now! Hmm... yummy! Enjoy the week! Hugs Anne

  3. Yum! Fresh baked rolls are my favorite! I am going to have bake up a batch of your delicious looking rolls.

  4. Now you know I'll just have to try Grandma's Rolls! Might be a little warm out now, but they're bookmarked:@)

  5. Stop it! lol Nice to catch up with you and as always I'm not disappointed in the recipes you share. These would disappear so fast at my house. I'm going to try it when I feel domestic. In the mean time, Sis Schuberts yeast rolls will have to do.

  6. I'd devour them right out of the oven too! They look great. Hope you had a great holiday weekend!

    Lots of yummy love,
    Alex aka Ma What's For Dinner

  7. Bread! It's whats for supper,,,, these look great.


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